70% of companies in the Asia-Pacific Region experienced overdue payments in 2014


Coface’s annual survey on Asia-Pacific region questioned 2,695 companies in eight economies. Seventy percent of the companies surveyed experienced overdues in 2014, the highest level in three years. In addition, 37% of the respondents reported that overdue amounts increased in 2014, up by 2% compared with the previous year. Companies in China, India, Hong Kong and Thailand are particularly affected.

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Coface Insolvency Monitor for Central and Eastern Europe: Improved Economics but Corporate Challenges Remain


CEE’s improved economic activity in 2014 resulted in a minor drop of -0.5% in company insolvencies.
Insolvencies rose in Slovenia and Hungary and decreased significantly in Serbia and Romania.
Coface forecasts that insolvencies will fall by - 6% in 2015.

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Turkey Panorama: After a decade of well-implemented reforms and high growth rates, the Turkish economy struggles to maintain the same performance


A Coface Panorama on Turkey forecasts a growth rate of 3.5% this year, still solid but below the potential growth rate estimated at 5% and lower than similar economies

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Is India’s Economic Revival Thanks to the Modi Government?


In May 2015, the IMF highlighted India as “one of the bright spots in the global economy,” mainly due to more effective policies and the end of political uncertainty. A Coface report on India forecasts the country’s GDP growth to reach 7.5%. But to what extent have Modi’s reforms contributed to the recent pickup in growth? Are the improvements in the economy without risks?

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